The Cut for a Cure campaign offers participants the opportunity to fundraise for pediatric cancer research and make a bold statement by changing their hair! Participants can go bald, shave their beard, or even cut their hair to donate to children with hair loss. You can also get creative by adding a gold streak or simply fundraise in honor of children battling - there are multiple ways to show your support! When you register for Cut for a Cure you are given your own personal fundraising page to share your story and track your fundraising. It’s easy and fun to Cut for a Cure!

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About the National Pediatric Cancer Foundation  

With its national headquarters in Tampa, the National Pediatric Cancer Foundation (NPCF) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to funding research to eliminate childhood cancer. Its focus is to find less toxic, more targeted treatments by partnering with leading hospitals nationwide through its research initiative, The Sunshine Project. For more information on NPCF, go to www.NationalPCF.org. For more information on the Cut for a Cure event, go to www.nationalpcf/cfac.com.



Questions? Contact Taylor at tlewallen@NationalPCF.org or call 813-269-0955.

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